Casa das Rosas - Espaço Haroldo de Campos de Poesia e Literatura, Sao Paulo

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True to its name, one of the last mansions from the early 20th century still standing has a large garden full of beautiful roses, which you can walk around. Complete with the original furniture from when it was lived in, Casa das Rosas - Espaço Haroldo de Campos de Poesia e Literatura is now a center for poetry, literature and art. Alongside the first library in Brazil specializing in poetry, you can see a collection of nearly 35,000 volumes once belonging to Haroldo de Campos, the celebrated poet, translator, and essayist who died in 2003. With a full calendar of events, you can attend soirees, concerts, book launches, theater performances, and exhibitions, all celebrating the vivacity of São Paulo’s intellectual realm. Plan your Casa das Rosas - Espaço Haroldo de Campos de Poesia e Literatura visit and explore what else you can see and do in Sao Paulo using our Sao Paulo travel itinerary maker.
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  • One of most beautiful house in the beginning of Paulista avenue, the last symbol of golden times of coffee baron is claiming for help. Preserved with a garden, with plenty of bushes and a fountain, th...  more »
  • A Very nice roses park and a architectural heritage. The house is build In the classic Franch style. Very pleasant cafe is just behind the house.  more »
  • This is one of the few remaining villas in Avenida Paulista that were built for the coffee barons in the early 20th century and houses a cultural center run by the state government. It hosts exhibitio...  more »
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  • Pretty disappointing. The park itself is pretty nice but I went there to enjoy a coffee and I have to say we were all cranked up in a tiny space. Coffee was average for the price. Not a bad place though, waitress was really nice.
  • Delicious menu!
  • The place is nice, the place is cute and the visit is worth for the architecture. The exhibits sometimes aren't as b, but they strive to transform the written language in visual. The events are generally good. I've seen music and repentistas duel. And it's free. :)
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  • Wonderful architecture! An oasis in the midst of so many buildings. On the outside there is a spectacular rose garden and a delightful Bistro.
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  • A well-tended mansion, preserving a piece of what was once the Paulista Avenue mansions and palaces. A place of tranquillity on the promenade, with a peaceful garden and inspiring. For me, it wouldn't be so focused on literature, but would include other cultural activities.
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